In Search of Tenório


An animated film reveals the glory of a Brazilian pianist’s music and the horror of his fate. Larry Blumenfeld Sitting at a desk at his home in Madrid, Spain, Fernando Trueba describes via Zoom the moment he grew entranced by a solo from pianist Francisco Tenório Júnior, a leading light of Brazil’s thriving bossa nova

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